I have been working at Wireless Lifestyle full-time (Less than a year)
Good atmosphere, I enjoy selling phones and doing customer service. Very comfortable and relaxed place to work.
Sprint does not do a lot of marketing and does not put a lot of money into marketing so they expect their associates to do it for them. So not only am I a sales associate/customer service representitive/tech expert but I'm also expected to do marketing. So that means I have to walk around a shopping center handing out flyers, call 10-15 people a day to get them into store and try and sell phones each and every day. I get paid to sell phones not do marketing.
I applied in-person. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Wireless Lifestyle (Topeka, KS) in November 2016.
Interviewed with both the Store Manager and Regional Manager. Questions were repeated between the two. Store manager expressed frustration about policies and directives he receives from the corporate offices, which is kind of strange conversation to get in to during an initial interview. The regional manager intimated that sales quotas were fairly tantamount to staying on with company. Both managers told me that I was overqualified for the position I had applied for, but they would keep me in mind for future openings. Overall kind of a stressful vibe from the two whom I interviewed with, and I got the impression that the company experiences a high employee turnover rate.
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